Police: Pregnant burglar targeting North Bend homes

NORTH BEND, Wash. -- Police in North Bend are trying to track down the pregnant woman who burglarized at least one local home last week.

Investigators say the woman pulled up to a house in the 43800 block of SE168th Street last Wednesday at 1:30 p.m.

She got out of the car and knocked on the front door.

When nobody answered, police say she broke in through the front window.

After grabbing an unknown amount of property, the woman left. A home surveillance system captured some of the crime.

Police say the same red convertible used in the March 13 burglary was seen a day earlier at another North Bend home that had been burglarized.

The burglar is a white woman in her 20s with long, dark hair. She was last seen wearing a grey hat, a pink sweatshirt, yoga pants and flip flops.

Someone else was inside the car during the March 13 burglary, but police have yet to identify that person.

If you recognize the suspect or her car, you are asked to call the King County Sheriff's Office at 206-296-3311 or 911.